What to Do in Myanmar

  • Enjoy the magic of Inle Princess Resort

    Inle Princess is a unique classy full-service resort on Myanmar’s magical Inle Lake where you’ll be pampered from dawn to eve. Probably one of the most inspiring accommodation in Myanmar. What to Experience? “In the dawn of a bright morning, amid gardens afloat, In the secret shadow of the sacred hills, lulled by the sounds […]

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  • Turtle and mangrove conservation project on Rakhine Coast

    Approximately 4 hrs drive South of Ngapali Beach, on the pristine western coastline of Myanmar in the Bay of Bengal, near Kyeintali Town a locally initiated conservation project is actively involved in conservation and sustainable use of the marine resources. What to experience? Kid on Big Turtle The Rakhine coastal area lies between Thandwe (Ngapali […]

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  • Tread Softly When You Go To Zee Oh Thit Hla Sacred Forest

    After your visit of Bagan, the outstanding cultural heritage site covered with over 2,000 temples, pagodas and stupas, stay longer and explore the authentic rural surroundings villages to approach the living cultures of Myanmar. What to experience? Zee O Thit Hla Village is located on the Byat Ta Pan Sat Road, 10km from Bagan on the way […]

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  • Shwe Puppets: A revitalised performing art that educates too

    Get into the reality of Burmese Puppets, a world of wonders, story telling, with a social and cultural role. What to experience? In ancient times marionettes in Myanmar were more than the entertaining stringed puppets they are today. They were a form of medium to tell country folk in far-flung villages the happenings in the […]

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  • The Ayeyarwaddy Dolphin – Fishermen partnership

    Fresh-water Dolphins are found on Ayeyarwaddy River between Mandalay and Bhamo. Enjoy a smooth cruise along the Ayeyarwaddy River from Mandalay and stopover for one night in Myay-zun village. What to experience? Labine is the Myanmar word for dolphin, and it is the species of a fresh-water kind. The Ayeyarwaddy Dolphin (Orcaella brevirostris) inhabits the […]

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  • Trekking some of the planet’s last remote areas with Putao

    Myanmar’s Kachin State in the Eastern Himalayas remains one of the least visited wilderness areas on earth, offering unique opportunities for true frontier exploration. What to experience? Putao Trekking House offers exclusive trekking programmes into a tribal land of dense forests and snow-capped mountains, which to this day remains completely cut off from the modern […]

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